Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn Reveals That Their Fifth Studio Album Is Complete
Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn has finally revealed via Twitter that the upcoming Sleeping With Sirens album has officially been completed.
Sleeping With Sirens last gave fans a update when they took part in a Facebook live video back in February. During the live video stream, the band revealed they’re recording in the MDDN studios.
When talking to Alternative Press, Quinn said “We’re just over here crushing the sickest record for you guys, can’t wait for you to hear it, it’s going to be awesome.”
“I think we’re a completely different band as opposed to the last time you saw us,” Fowler revealed to Alternative Press. “If you see us on this record [cycle], you’re gonna have the best night of your life and the best show [from] our band. It’s gonna make you dance, it’s gonna make you cry,” he continued.
The new record reportedly took 6 months to fully complete and was described as “like therapy” by fowler, while Quinn quickly referred to the new album as “the most stressful record.”
View the original tweet below:
Our new records done. ✅🤘
— Kellin Quinn (@Kellinquinn) May 17, 2017
When describing the new album, Quinn and Fowler agreed on it’s darker vibe.
Fowler then expressed his views and opened up about his struggles. “I think my biggest weakness before this record was just losing touch with my own musicianship and myself. There’s a lot of things that I’ve done over the last four years that I’m not very proud of. The turning point for me on this record was when [Bendeth] said, ‘You would rather walk to the fridge and grab a beer than pick up your guitar. Is that true?’ And I said, ‘Yeah. And that’s changing right now.’ It’s crazy how much things have changed in the last couple months.”
Sleeping With Sirens also opened up about their recent struggles and stated that their newest upcoming album has molded them into a “completely different band” along with stating that it will be “more mature” than their last album.
Fans on Twitter are speculating that the fifth studio album will drop sometime later this year.